John D. Tickle National Training & Leadership Center

John D. Tickle National Training and Leadership Center 

 

2017 Participant Information 

ARRIVAL: 

7-Day Courses: Sundays, 10:00am-Noon. 

(NAYLE Participants arrive on Sundays, 8:00am-10:00am) 

Weekend Courses: Fridays, 1:00pm-4:00pm 

 

DEPARTURE: 

7-Day Courses: Saturdays, 8:00am-10:00am. 

Weekend Courses: Sundays, Noon. 


Courses for 2017 : Click Here

 

SLEEPING ACCOMMODATIONS: You will be staying in large, 10’x12’ two person wall tents with comfortable cots for getting a good night’s rest. There will be cell phone charging locations throughout the site and close to your assigned tent. Our accommodations also include very nice bath house facilities. 

TRAINING FACILITY: You will be learning both in a large 30’x40’ indoor tent, along with training scenarios located throughout the beautiful outdoor settings of the Summit. 

DINING FACILITIES: You will be provided breakfast and dinner in our centralized dining facility near the Scott Visitor Center at the Summit. Sack Lunches will be dispersed to participants after breakfast. Meal Times are TBD. 

EVENING EVENTS: You will have the opportunity on various evenings throughout the week to participate in activities in Summit Center. Here you will be able to enjoy special WV themed programs, concerts and program activities offered in this venue. 

Evening Events in Summit Center: 6:00pm-8:00pm 

 

FORMS: You will need to bring with you Parts A and B of the BSA Annual Health and Medical Form at the following link: 

http://www.scouting.org/scoutsource/HealthandSafety/ahmr.aspx 

You will also need to complete an Acknowledgment of Risk Form which you can download by clicking on the following link. 

http://www.summitbsa.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Summit-Waiver.pdf 

 

SHUTTLE SERVICE: Charleston Yeager Airport (CRW) located in Charleston, WV offers complimentary shuttle service between the Summit Bechtel Reserve and Yeager Airport.

To request a shuttle, please visit the Yeager Airport 

EQUIPMENT LIST: Here are a few items that you may want to bring with you to make your stay a little more enjoyable: Pillow 

 

Sleeping bag and/or sheets and blankets 

 

Towels 

 

Walking shoes or boots 

 

Day pack 

 

Warm sleeping garments 

 

Camera 

 

Scout uniforms (if in Scouting) 

 

Flashlight 

 

Clothing for warm days and cool evenings 

 

Sunscreen 

 

Hat or cap 

 

Insect repellent 

 

Sweater 

 

Rain jacket or poncho 

 

Jacket 

 

Two one-quart plastic water bottles or canteens 

 

If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to contact Christopher Smith at: Christopher.Smith@scouting.org or 304-465-2814